I cant afford to hold on to my own horse but could I . . .?
Could I like help look after someones horse, if they are ready to let me, if they don't have the time to do it themselves or something?
Got any philosophy for me if I cant have my own horse, on what I should do ??
When I was younger, I worked at a horse trainers barn in swap for riding course. My family didn't have much money, but I was approaching a tick on a dog with a horse, and just couldn't survive without them. I help load & unload feed, clean stalls, exercise horses or doesn`t matter what had to be done just to be near them. It turned out to be a wonderful experience and I bookish so much about horses, how to care for them, how to ride proper, and even got to show on a few. All because I be willing to trade out working for being near a horse. I hold always tried to do the same for others ever since and let population come and help me out at times. It never hurts to ask around. Just an idea. I don't know if anyone would totally trust the thought of a horse to you, but they may be willing to let you help out.
Before I got my own I cleaned stalls, fed, and taught curriculum in exchange for a lease.
Now that I have two I occasionally need oblige. I'm a nurse and sometimes have to work 3-11. I was paying the boy next door $10/day to nurture my two horses. He decided to take riding lessons contained by exchange instead. It's worked out GREAT.
Not only is it not costing me money to work the "off shift" but he is really enjoying riding and doing really okay! Also, since I really don't have time to ride my horse more than two to three times per week, he's getting some much needed excercise too!
Find the closest barn and volunteer to help!
You should look for a horse on loan/part loan, or even look contained by the adverts papers and find some one wanting help with their horse ldz of ppl want sum1 to muck and look after here horse 2 or 3 or 4 days a week in return for riding, so you dnt have to pay anything,